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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

Oregon / Washington

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Patos Island Composting Toilets

Spokane District

Documents in Project

Finding of No Significant Impact DOI-BLM-OR-134-2011-0001-EA Planning Completed
The BLM proposes to replace two pit toilets on Patos Island in San Juan County, WA, with two composting units and to convert an existing vault toilet into a maintenance storage building. Based on the effects discussed in the Patos Island Composting Toilets Environmental Assessment (DOI-BLM-OR-134-2011-0001-EA), the BLM has determined that the Proposed Action Alternative does not constitute a major federal action which would significantly affect the quality of the human environment either individually or cumulatively when combined with other actions in the general area.
Wenatchee Field Office
(509) 665-2100
BLM_OR_WN_Mail@blm.gov
Resource Area: Spokane DO
Program Areas: Other
Download: Patos_FONSI_Final.pdf
Document Publish Date
09/19/2012
Environmental Assessment DOI-BLM-OR-134-2011-0001-EA Planning Completed
This environmental assessment (EA) analyzes a Bureau of Land Management (BLM) proposal to replace two existing pit toilets with two composting units (one double and one single unit), convert an existing vault toilet into a maintenance storage building, and construct an 82.02-foot toilet access path.
Wenatchee Field Office
(509) 665-2100
BLM_OR_WN_Mail@blm.gov
Resource Area: Spokane DO
Program Areas: Other
Download: PatosCompostingToiletsEA_Final.pdf
Document Publish Date
Comment:
09/19/2012
09/19/2012 - 10/19/2012
Decision Record DOI-BLM-OR-134-2011-0001-EA Planning Completed
This Decision Record describes the decision to approve the proposed action of the Patos Island Composting Toilets EA.
Wenatchee Field Office
(509) 665-2100
BLM_OR_WN_Mail@blm.gov
Resource Area: Spokane DO
Program Areas: Other
Download: Patos_Decision_Record_Final.pdf
Document Publish Date
Protest:
09/19/2012
09/19/2012 - 10/19/2012

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